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Remember the "Gas Explosion" in Indianapolis the other day? Well look at this 911 call log from that day

 
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During that 60+ page thread, all about the explosion and ensuing confusion....

Well, someone had posted the link to the 911 calls, and said the calls where everybody was saying they were passing out/heart problems/problems breathing, etc. were NOT to be found....it said they were down for maintenance or were just not there. I theorized that they just may be "lagging" since there were so many of them, and they would "catch up" and be posted at a later time.

Well, check this out! I just went back on that 911 site looking for the calls, and THERE ARE NO CALLS LISTED AT ALL for the dates between 11/9 and 11/13. PERIOD. NONE!

Like it never even happened!

Too weird. NOW some of you shills try to tell me they are not hiding something? I'll try to link it here, but I'm not sure how to do it. If it doesn't turn into a hyperlink, just copy and paste it into your browser to go to the site.

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The government site that feeds Indy 911 is currently down.
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I also find this strange. They are reviewing the 911 calls to delete any that have damning evidence.
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DHS took the 911 tapes for those dates to help with the cover-up. someone get us info from nurses n docs from local hospitals plz to let us know the status of those "non-existing patients. it would b nice to know if they r O'K or dead.
someone somewhere has to talk. this is very upsetting to see our own government get away with this. if the entire country knew this was a drone,then no drones would fly in the usa let alone kill americans.
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According to the radio conversations that night.... those people and the responders were taken to "debriefing" - probably will NEVER talk, now. Scared shitless.
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I love all these new members that are registered, but have few posts commenting on these threads. candycrappingunicorn

Been registered since 2011, but only 20 posts? Come on, this is GLP.

BTW - a gas explosion, an exploding furnace and all other shit isn't felt 20-something miles away - it simply isn't.

It's not insurance fraud or some guy blowing up his house.

Jesum!
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So tell us what it is.
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Well is most certainly was not a gas explosion or a furnace. Look at the debris field, did you see a washing machine or a fridge?

It was something different.

My house, when I was a child, had a furnace explode - it didn't affect the neighboring houses and it sure didn't torch the cars. It was a big house too, with a big furnace. It didn't even blow up the house. It caused a fire and we only had to rebuilt half of the house.

I don't know what did it, and you don't either, and all these examples of this and that are fear based, because we are afraid to consider what actually does that type of damage.
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We need to get someone here that can calculate what type of force would be required to blow those houses to shred. Like this force did. It shouldn't be that difficult to calculate. Take all images and debris field into account and calculate what type of forced would be required. Then match that force to different types of explosive materials.
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That would be interesting to see.

I know when my house "blew up", the fridge, the dishwasher and the washer and dryer were still in place, although there was a bit of soot on them.

Something we don't understand, and perhaps can't comprehend, happened there and is evidenced by the other news stories - strange fires are still erupting.

This story has had me scratching my head for a couple days now and I think for those that close their minds and say - oh, it was gas, it was insurance fraud, and the like, are more frightened than I am.
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Meteor strike.More and more frequent now.Not long to go.
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"I do find it unusual that they boarded their cat for the night. Who boards their pet when they are out for the evening?"

This is the smoking gun or shall we say the smoking cat in this case.
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I was on that thread that night while listening to the scanner, there were many calls regarding unconcious persons and a few regarding cardiac arrest which I thought was strange. Also a few mental/emotional.
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So who lived in the house that exploded? Who's friend? Who's enemy?
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Meteor strike.More and more frequent now.Not long to go.
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possibly. if so, not long to go..
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"I do find it unusual that they boarded their cat for the night. Who boards their pet when they are out for the evening?"

This is the smoking gun or shall we say the smoking cat in this case.
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maybe that story is a psyops.. for the cover up. sounds so plausible.. not really.
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The place is leaking methane from the ground.

SHHH.,,, don`t tell, as there is nothing atall they can do about it and they have no idea where the next relief will be.

Have a nice day over there..5a5a5a
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So apparently now DHS is saying gas...

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^ for the methane theory some facts.

At room temperature and standard pressure, methane is a colorless, odorless gas.[4] The familiar smell of natural gas as used in homes is a safety measure achieved by the addition of an odorant, usually blends containing tert-butylthiol.

Methane is not toxic; however, it is extremely flammable and may form explosive mixtures with air. Methane is violently reactive with oxidizers, halogens, and some halogen-containing compounds. Methane is also an asphyxiant and may displace oxygen in an enclosed space. Asphyxia may result if the oxygen concentration is reduced to below about 16% by displacement, as most people can tolerate a reduction from 21% to 16% without ill effects. The concentration of methane at which asphyxiation risk becomes significant is much higher than the 5–15% concentration in a flammable or explosive mixture. Possible health effects of breathing in methane at high concentrations, resulting in oxygen deficiency, are increased breathing and pulse rates, lack of muscular coordination, emotional upset, nausea and vomiting, loss of consciousness, respiratory collapse and death.

Fits in with reports after the explosion, but what about the reports of a high pitched roar/whine right before the explosion?

How does that fit in?
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The place is leaking methane from the ground.

SHHH.,,, don`t tell, as there is nothing atall they can do about it and they have no idea where the next relief will be.

Have a nice day over there..5a5a5a
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Doesn't seem that would produce a blast looking like what we saw -- top of one house sheared off at an angle down into the next house which was totally obliterated. Something cut through the first house.
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So apparently now DHS is saying gas...

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#BREAKING: DHS Chief says investigators think gas was involved in #IndyExplosion. Focus now on recovering appliances from destroyed homes.

No they only say they think "gas was involved". So if hypothetically a missile or satellite crashed down and smashed some natgas lines, and that natgas burned, then gas was indeed involved.
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^ for the methane theory some facts.

At room temperature and standard pressure, methane is a colorless, odorless gas.[4] The familiar smell of natural gas as used in homes is a safety measure achieved by the addition of an odorant, usually blends containing tert-butylthiol.

Methane is not toxic; however, it is extremely flammable and may form explosive mixtures with air. Methane is violently reactive with oxidizers, halogens, and some halogen-containing compounds. Methane is also an asphyxiant and may displace oxygen in an enclosed space. Asphyxia may result if the oxygen concentration is reduced to below about 16% by displacement, as most people can tolerate a reduction from 21% to 16% without ill effects. The concentration of methane at which asphyxiation risk becomes significant is much higher than the 5–15% concentration in a flammable or explosive mixture. Possible health effects of breathing in methane at high concentrations, resulting in oxygen deficiency, are increased breathing and pulse rates, lack of muscular coordination, emotional upset, nausea and vomiting, loss of consciousness, respiratory collapse and death.

Fits in with reports after the explosion, but what about the reports of a high pitched roar/whine right before the explosion?

How does that fit in?
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The oxygen getting sucked in rapidly to form the explosion.
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I love all these new members that are registered, but have few posts commenting on these threads. candycrappingunicorn

Been registered since 2011, but only 20 posts? Come on, this is GLP.

BTW - a gas explosion, an exploding furnace and all other shit isn't felt 20-something miles away - it simply isn't.

It's not insurance fraud or some guy blowing up his house.

Jesum!
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So tell us what it is.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Well is most certainly was not a gas explosion or a furnace. Look at the debris field, did you see a washing machine or a fridge?

It was something different.

My house, when I was a child, had a furnace explode - it didn't affect the neighboring houses and it sure didn't torch the cars. It was a big house too, with a big furnace. It didn't even blow up the house. It caused a fire and we only had to rebuilt half of the house.

I don't know what did it, and you don't either, and all these examples of this and that are fear based, because we are afraid to consider what actually does that type of damage.
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We need to get someone here that can calculate what type of force would be required to blow those houses to shred. Like this force did. It shouldn't be that difficult to calculate. Take all images and debris field into account and calculate what type of forced would be required. Then match that force to different types of explosive materials.
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For an explosive mixture or compound to fully combust without leaving any residue, it would need to be of a gaseous nature, or evaporate quickly like nitromethane, but nitromethane has in its molecule only enough oxygen to oxidize 40% of its hydrogen and carbon, so there needs to be an oxidizer mixed in with it, and that's usually barium peroxide, because it's also liquid and mixes well.
So there you have it, a high explosive mixture that leaves no accelerant residue, blows up really good, it's a two-part explosive that's safe to handle (before it's mixed), and two five-gallon water bottles would be a bit of overkill on a house that size, hence the excessive damage to the surrounding neighborhood.
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^ for the methane theory some facts.

At room temperature and standard pressure, methane is a colorless, odorless gas.[4] The familiar smell of natural gas as used in homes is a safety measure achieved by the addition of an odorant, usually blends containing tert-butylthiol.

Methane is not toxic; however, it is extremely flammable and may form explosive mixtures with air. Methane is violently reactive with oxidizers, halogens, and some halogen-containing compounds. Methane is also an asphyxiant and may displace oxygen in an enclosed space. Asphyxia may result if the oxygen concentration is reduced to below about 16% by displacement, as most people can tolerate a reduction from 21% to 16% without ill effects. The concentration of methane at which asphyxiation risk becomes significant is much higher than the 5–15% concentration in a flammable or explosive mixture. Possible health effects of breathing in methane at high concentrations, resulting in oxygen deficiency, are increased breathing and pulse rates, lack of muscular coordination, emotional upset, nausea and vomiting, loss of consciousness, respiratory collapse and death.

Fits in with reports after the explosion, but what about the reports of a high pitched roar/whine right before the explosion?

How does that fit in?
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The oxygen getting sucked in rapidly to form the explosion.
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methane now looks more possible now ie probable, was there any reports of funny smells before the blast like rotten eggs?
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...or an incoming missle...
with 0 at the helm, it seems like a slow and covert war is on...on our actual land, in our boundaries... and he just goes to las vegas and plays golf
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Reminds me about that new movie coning out. I cannot remember the name, but it was about America being invaded and the troops trying to win America back. Talk about predictive programming.
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maybe it was missile
maybe it's started

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Doesn't seem that would produce a blast looking like what we saw -- top of one house sheared off at an angle down into the next house which was totally obliterated. Something cut through the first house.
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something crashed through the deflectors and knocked out the generator.
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On some of the local news stations where they interviewed people, several said that they heard a high pitched roar/whine right before the explosion, that's why it was initially reported as a possible plane crash !
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If the sound was like a plane revving up, or taking off, that is the same sound that has been heard in Louisiana and Florida. Those who say they know, say that is the sound of pressure releasing from a pipe, i.e. like a steam pipe, or a gas pipe under pressure. It sounds revved up until the pressure levels off (breaks) then winds down.

Pipe break ...
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Re: Remember the "Gas Explosion" in Indianapolis the other day? Well look at this 911 call log from that day
Asked my brother in law who lives just south of there if they heard anything... he said no.... but he said that house was vacant (with the for sale sign) and had been a while. He is in the insurance business and said that people have realized you can't use an accelerate like gasoline because they will be caught if committing an insurance fraud by torching the home.... so they turn up the gas full blast and set a timer. (Just another theory). He said they had the furnace checked a few days before which would be the thing to do if you were going to claim you had problems with it before and were going to blame it on the gas company for negligence... he also said that's why all the agencies were there to back up who is at fault and let the others off the hook.

If that house was vacant anyway, where did this news that they boarded the cat come from? Is that reliable? We are hinging speculation on that, can it be verified?

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i'm the one who posted the link to the local 911 search page, and then someone called me a shill and i was just trying to be helpful :(:verysad:
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Gas leak explosion my ass.
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"And we would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for those meddling GLPer's".

Way to stay on top of this story.
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^ for the methane theory some facts.

At room temperature and standard pressure, methane is a colorless, odorless gas.[4] The familiar smell of natural gas as used in homes is a safety measure achieved by the addition of an odorant, usually blends containing tert-butylthiol.

Methane is not toxic; however, it is extremely flammable and may form explosive mixtures with air. Methane is violently reactive with oxidizers, halogens, and some halogen-containing compounds. Methane is also an asphyxiant and may displace oxygen in an enclosed space. Asphyxia may result if the oxygen concentration is reduced to below about 16% by displacement, as most people can tolerate a reduction from 21% to 16% without ill effects. The concentration of methane at which asphyxiation risk becomes significant is much higher than the 5–15% concentration in a flammable or explosive mixture. Possible health effects of breathing in methane at high concentrations, resulting in oxygen deficiency, are increased breathing and pulse rates, lack of muscular coordination, emotional upset, nausea and vomiting, loss of consciousness, respiratory collapse and death.

Fits in with reports after the explosion, but what about the reports of a high pitched roar/whine right before the explosion?

How does that fit in?
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The oxygen getting sucked in rapidly to form the explosion.
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If it was gas, you would hear it ignite. If you pour gas on a pile of charcoal and ignite it you would hear it in a woosh sound or even a roar if you put enough in it. Than you would also if you put it on a pile of brush, not only would you hear a woosh or roar, but you would also feel the ground shake and possible the shock wave if it's big enough.
Now look how big that house is. If they either had a faulty gas line to an appliance or set it themselves. If the house, being new, I would assume had pretty good seal, would hold a whole hell a lot of gas. So if you look at it that way, that is one hell of a bomb once it was ignited. Now any pilot light could of ignited it...Now look these guys are in debt loosing the house, and divorce. To many things can be said of this.hf
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This is also interesting...

" Saturday morning they interviewed a woman whose husband went door to door knocking on neighbors doors to help get people out. (There was stories of this on the live cast, but they weren't allowed to talk to cameras at that point) She told a story about how he found a girl bloody who was saying something about two other people in the house that needed help, however the fire was too bad to attempt the save for them. This makes no sense. The Greenwood teacher and her husband did not have a child. Thus saying.... There had to be more that 2 fatalities. "

THis just gets stranger and stranger...

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I have read about a girl somewhere else too...may even be somewhere in the original thread posted here when it happened.

There is some extremely interesting information out there to be read...and when taken all together- there is so much more to this than meets the eye.
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i saw the live interview when the lady told that story, it was on fox 59 news....

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